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Wau Hotel & Cafe
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All reviewsthe bustaman negaranational parkrecommend this hotelfree wifiroom was clean and comfortablefantastic servicecomfortable stayno windowbooked this hotelcentre of townearly in the morningother placesstationmrcafecaves
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Reviewed 31 August 2016

The only reason we booked a 1 night stay at the Wau Hotel was because we had travelled from the Perhentian Islands and had planned on getting the 9am boat to Kuala Tahan (but it stopped running in January the boat only goes at 2pm,so we ended up getting a minivan in the morning to take us and got the boat back). We emailed the hotel before arriving asking about the 9 am boat and they forgot to mention it only saying they could help us once we arrived and not to worry. I guess that's the only way to get people to stay as there is nothing to see or do in Jerantut. So upon hearing this we felt a little deceived as we could of stayed on the bus all the way to Kuala Tahan and not needed to stay in Jerantut at all.
The room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was poor 2 slices of toast and tea or coffee. There is an old Indian man Mr Manion ( not sure if I have spelt it right) who does his best to help any way he can. Not sure if he actually works there or just helps out as the reception staff spoke very little English.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank RLinkycat
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Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights and used it as a base to explore Taman Negara. Rooms are quite simple but clean. The best part of the hotel is Mr Manion (sorry if we spelt your name wrong). We had been travelling for 6 months around Asia and this was the most helpful man we met! He helped us to book our trip to the Taman Negara and we had a brilliant day! He also went and booked our bus ticket to Kuala Lumpar for the next day and he took us to the bus station which was very kind of him. There is not much to do in the town itself. There is a really good Indian restaurant next door, we ate there 3 times in 2 days!

Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Natalie C
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Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

Good value hotel... The indian receptionist always welcome us with good smile. (+point). The room was spacious, clean & tidy. Great job on housekeeping!! The room need to do maintenance on wall paint. Towel, shower gel, hair shampoo provided. They did the air-cond service since we comment during our previous stayed. Free parking around the hotel, a mamak stall beside the hotel. Our first choice for our business trip.
** Ideal hotel for backpacker. I saw the receptionist intro, explain and show backpackers the attractives at Jerantut with a map. (+ point).

Stayed: March 2016, travelled on business
Thank Mc-Janet
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Reviewed 7 March 2016 via mobile

We stayed at Wau Hotel 2 nights and went to the jungle on the day in between
Mr Manian, the hotelmanager is worth his weight in gold. He helps you with everything you need and everywhere you want to go. He even picks you up at the train or busstation in the middle of the night, if necessary. His staff is not like him, they are very grumpy and everything they need to donis too much. But just ask for Mr Munian and he will come and assist you. He also gave us a tip to go and eat at the Indian restaurant next door. Great experience, friendly people, you can point out what you want to eat or ask for fried rice or noodles and the man will make it right in front of you, tip: have a roti pisang for dessert. It's very nice. And for those of you on a budget: it is plain cheap. We paid 20 RM for two drinks, 2 fried rice with 2 extra vegetables and the roti pisang
The rooms are very basic but clean, we had ac and a window, not all rooms have that I think

Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Kees L
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Reviewed 16 January 2016

Wau hotel, Jerantut
This small hotel can be used as an economical base for a day trip to the Taman Negara national park, or we used it as a convenient stopping place so as to save one night at the very expensive Mutiara Resort and to be able to go to the resort early the next morning, rather than arriving late in the day.
The staff are friendly and helpful and explain where restaurants are in town, the options to get to the Park if you do not have a car and the working of the rather strange one-way system if you are driving.
Unless you are fit specify a room on the ground floor. On the first floor be prepared to lug your bags up a steep flight of stairs. Rooms have comfortable beds, decent aircon, TV and a wet room toilet / shower. Most rooms do not have windows, which is strange for Westerners, but common on many small hotels in Malaysia.
There is no room safe or fridge.
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While not luxurious, this is a sensible, economical base to stay in Jerantut.
N.B. There is nothing to do in Jerantut except wander around the local shops and houses and visit the small market.
Taman Negara is 1½ hours away by car / taxi; longer by bus and around 3 hours if you go by boat.

Room Tip: first floor is up a steep flight of stairs - so feel strong!
  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Arthur M
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